Transplants for Pediatric Leukemia

Transplants for Pediatric Leukemia

Dr. James LaBelle, assistant professor of pediatrics, takes an in-depth look at acute lymphoblastic leukemia, including whether or not timing and site relapse matters for HSCT and transplant compared to chemotherapy in CR2.  Dr. LaBelle also examines HSCT trends in flux for chronic myelogenous leukemia. 


Published

February 26, 2016

Created by

The University of Chicago Medicine

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LaBelle

James LaBelle, MD

Assistant Professor of Pediatrics

James LaBelle, MD, PhD, provides care for children of all ages with cancer and blood diseases, including leukemia and lymphoma. In particular, Dr. LaBelle specializes in stem cell transplantation, replacing a patient's diseased bone marrow ...